Is *any* true hierarchical menu possible in KickStart2? At all?
Tried asking this below in another post, hope I worded it right.
Does anyone understand what I'm talking about? Its how almost all hierarchical menus work on almost all major sites that have dropdown menus (which is virtually all of them). Kickstart2 seems to be obsessed with mobile friendly blocks, but excluding computers and pads which can use Superfish dropdown menus just fine (especially the latest version). Why the alienating of dropdown menus? Go to any major commercial website, they all use them, almost without exception. Along with a sidebar filter menu. Its the gold standard, so I'm not sure why almost all Drupal demos are set up with huge non-functional images (almost just to waste space for no reason), and ugly blocks that's are completely foreign to most people familiar with navigating, well, the internet. Its fine as an option, but what about just regular navigation everyone is familiar with, dropdown top menus, subcategories (mainsite.com/products/pies/fruit/pumpkin), intuitive URL's like that, and appropriate breadcrumbs (Products > Pies > Fruit > Pumpkin). Isn't this the simplest thing in the world? Why have I been struggling for weeks trying to wrap my head around how to make Drupal (Kickstart 2) do this? It should be a default! I've watched hours of these video tutorials, explaining about hierarchical categories that get so complex, and only manage to set things up to show links of subcategories, but you get no products until you get to its exact category. That's *not* how most sites work at all. Clicking on "Pies" for example (in my previous post, please go check it out), should result in display of thumbnails and listing of *all pies*. Clicking a parent category should always display all of the products in its subcategories, like a filter. Filtering should also be available in the left sidebar. Is this really that difficult to set up with Drupal KS2?